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Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me (1999)

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Number 2: Dr. Evil, as the legitimate frontman of your organization, I seized upon the opportunity to invest in a small Seattle based coffee company several years ago. Today, Starbucks is a far flung empire with 2000 outlets worldwide.
Dr. Evil: Oh good, Number Two, I do enjoy a good cuppa joe.
Number 2: If I may continue, I believe if we shift our resources away from world domination and focus on providing premium quality coffee drinks, we can increase our gross profits fivefold.
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I wonder if the person who thought up the Heineken product placement in Austin Powers is still alive https://t.co/vXNUfQq1x3

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AUSTIN POWERS - SHAGGED: still hella funny, but way more filler / skits / songs / distractions than the first outin… https://t.co/9mYLjj7Z5a

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Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me is full of product placement and not enough Elizabeth Hurley

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@charles_kinbote @kept_simple i felt this way because of product placement in austin powers 2

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@k_cimini Yyyyyyeah.... The product placement there was Austin Powers level of bad =\

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See also the Austin Powers series, where the first movie was fun and the next two were dull slogs of product placement and focus groups.

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@donaldtmccarthy Which famously had been a staple of product placement in the Austin Powers movies. Go figure.

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@rifkafox @VermyFox I think the product placement in Austin Powers kept 'em going.

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God bless the Starbucks product placement in Austin Powers

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Forgot how good the first Austin Powers movie was! Some nice @PerrierJouet_UK Belle Époque product placement too!… https://t.co/SGQSGaFulI

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On a related note to that last RT, I saw Austin Powers for the first time this weekend. Beautiful AOL product placement.

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Watching Austin Powers and there is product placement after product placement

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Egregious product placement in austin powers 2. Starbucks, aol, midgets

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The amount of product placement in Austin Powers 2 is breathtaking.

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So much product placement in these Austin Powers movies

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man was austin powers paid for entirely by product placement? thats genius if so.

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Because my favorite part of the #AustinPowers series was the product placement, I'm so psyched for #Mac&Me tonight. http://t.co/76nv0ZVC5n

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RT @HaffiO: Austin Powers í gangi á stöð 2. Allir léttir. Undarlega mikið um product placement. Eina.

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Austin Powers í gangi á stöð 2. Allir léttir. Undarlega mikið um product placement. Eina.

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Blatent product placement is ruining Austin Powers for me as an adult

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#Confession I'm a sucker for product placement in movies. Especially when they're done right S/O to #austinpowers

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Been to see the enjoyably bonkers Kingsman. Austin Powers by Tarantino. Not sure the Adidas Originals product placement was obvious enough.

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Early example of product placement. (1999) #austinpowers #starbucks http://t.co/ITA73prVzF

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The product placement in the Austin powers movies is insane

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Did Starbucks pay for product placement in Austin Powers when a location was used as Dr. Evil's evil lair? I guess, but isn't that weird?

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I just realized that Fat Bastard wanting to eat Mini Me in Austin Powers is a product placement. #retch

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Austin Powers was a landmark film in product placement, cuz goddang "hot pockets" gets at least 2 mentions in one hours span

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@wgibson58 Ha! Actually, the $SBUX product placement in Austin Powers is legendary. http://t.co/Lxc2KDgxQs

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The product placement in Austin Powers Goldmember is a bit obnoxious.

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all that product placement in Austin Powers 2

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So much product placement in Austin Powers.

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It's been so long I can't remember. Was it product placement or irony that was the reason for the Casio in Austin Powers?

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RT @pope_fear: @_lizharvey that was also a recurring joke in marketing for austin powers because of the henieken product placement

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@_lizharvey that was also a recurring joke in marketing for austin powers because of the henieken product placement

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The product placement in the Austin Power movies is ridiculous

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The product placement in The Spy Who Shagged Me is ridiculous! Overstated for comedy effect but still....

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Watchin the 2nd austin powers. The amount of product placement is insane. Starbucks, hieneken, virgin, volkswagen and im only 20 mins in

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THIS MOVIE HAS A FUCKIN AOL PRODUCT PLACEMENT #AUSTINPOWERS

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Oh my god, the blatant product placement of Starbucks in the second Austin Powers movie amuses me.

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Product placement in Austin Powers 2 would be proud, I am eating a 'Hot Pocket'.

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"Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me" posted at Worst Product Placement http://t.co/UrZRx9q5 #productplacement

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Austin Powers: The Man Who Shagged Me...has some ridiculous product placement.

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@danielodwyer awesome. Will forgive it for its product placement then and go see it. Also, austin powers2 I think has blatant starbucks pp

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There is a staggering amount of product placement in Austin Powers 2 :

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Watching the second Austin Powers movie. So far I've seen 4 instances of product placement. Let's see if it gets worse...

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@SbuxMel See Austin Powers 2. Starbucks did a HUGE PRODUCT PLACEMENT bit. Dr. Evil's lair WAS a Starbucks.

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example of over the top product placement in movies: Austin Powers The Spy Who Shagged Me

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